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passions of the human soul and their influence on society and civilization.
Reprint of one of two issues published in 1851; the other issue has title: The passions of the human soul, by Charles Fourier. Translated from the French by John Reynell Morell. With critical annotations, a biography by Fourier, and a general introduction by Hugh Doherty.
|Statement||[Translated from the French. With critical annotations, a biography of Fourier, and a general introduction, by Hugh Doherty]|
|Series||Reprints of economic classics|
|Contributions||Morell, John Reynell, tr., Doherty, Hugh, d. 1891, ed.|
|LC Classifications||BF552 .F7 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||67029504|
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—Descartes, Passions of the Soul, article It is with these six primary passions (wonder, love, hate, desire, joy, and sadness) that Descartes begins his investigation on their physiological effects and their influence on human behavior.
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New York: C.P. Somerby, Collections. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Metaphysical/ ethical treatise of Mr Descartes Most of it concerns the main 6 passions of the soul that he identifies (love, sadness, joy, hate, desire, and admiration) and how the soul and body (strictly separate for Mr Descartes) interact with each other in expressing these; he provides detailed physiological demonstrations of each passion as /5.
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